Hatch steps up at Tetra Tech

Craig Hatch, former regional lead for Cumbria at WYG, is to head the UK operations of the global engineering consultancy as it adopts the name of parent company Tetra Tech.

The role will involve oversight of all divisions, encompassing transport, highways, defence, housing, low carbon energy and water.

Hatchhad previously stepped up from his regional WYG role to become managing director of the GB region, and will now see his role expanded again as the firm’s UK president.

This will see him take on additional responsibility overseeing the organisation that operates across a number of sectors in regions such as Yorkshire, Cumbria and Northern Ireland.

Dan Batrack, chief executive of the global business, said: “Craig has been instrumental in securing new programme wins and has expanded our services for the UK defence agencies.

“His management approach epitomises Tetra Tech’s focus on clients, projects, and staff. With his leadership our UK operations are well positioned for continued growth.”

Hatch brings more than 30 years’ experience in client management, business development, project execution, staff management, and business leadership to the role.

He said: “With more than 1,100 employees in the United Kingdom, we have been very successful at providing solutions that leverage Tetra Tech’s Leading with Science approach to solve our clients’ most complex challenges.

“We are integrating high-end climate change consulting, advanced site-mapping and data analytics into our support for a wide range of clients including transport, defence, and the healthcare industries. I look forward to working with our operations to bring best-in-class service to our clients.”

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